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Systematic use of progesterone analysis in the field

, : Systematic use of progesterone analysis in the field. Meddelande Svensk Husdjursskotsel ( 160): 33-35

A preliminary account is given of trials carried out in Sweden in 1988/89 on the efficiency of on-farm enzyme immunoassay milk progesterone tests for early pregnancy diagnosis and the detection of ovarian cyclicity, ovarian cysts and anoestrus in cattle.

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